Becoming an Outdoors Woman

Each year the Alaska Dept of Fish and Game host a number of workshops and clinics for women, and youth . I have highlighted this summers skills clinics that are to be held here on the Peninsula, all a short drive from the lodge. Hope to see some of you adventurous women there.

Kenai Peninsula

  • June 23
    Beyond BOW Red Salmon Rodeo, Russian River
  • July 22-24
    Beyond BOW Hiking and Fly Fishing Adventure, Lost Lake, Kenai Peninsula
  • September 9-11
    Beyond BOW Trophy Rainbow Trout Adventure, 2011, Kenai River

Homer

  • May 14
    Beyond BOW Family Fly Fishing, Homer

For more information on these or other clinics and workshops visit Alaska Department of Fish and Game’s events calendar at  http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/index.cfm?adfg=outdooreducation.main

Baked Halibut Bites


These bites are so quick and easy, and the best part is they are broiled with very little oil.

1 lb halibut
1/4 cup plain bread crumbs
1/4 tsp onion salt
1/8 tsp garlic powder
1/2 tsp dill weed
Move oven rack to top position (about 4-5 inches from flame) and set your oven temp to broil.
Cut halibut into bite sized pieces. In Ziploc bag mix all dry ingredients. Place halibut in bag and toss to thoroughly coat fish.
Lightly grease cookie sheet with olive oil. Place halibut on sheet and broil for approximately 4-5 minutes. Check the biggest piece of halibut by breaking in half, fish should be solid white and not translucent. Top with juice from a fresh lemon, and enjoy while hot.